The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Kate Eltham

Kate Eltham is a writer and creative industries professional based in Brisbane, Australia. Kate is Chief Executive Officer of Queensland Writers Centre and founder of if:book Australia. Her volunteer projects include coordinating the Aurealis Awards and co-convening the Clarion South writers workshop. Kate has been a regular contributor to ABC Radio and The Courier Mail and has published numerous short […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Tehani Wessely

Tehani Wessely is the founder of FableCroft Publishing, and she has been an integral member of the Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine (ASIM) co-ooperative. Tehani was the editor of ASIM #4, #16, #27, #31 and #37, three Best Of ASIM e-anthologies, co-editor of ASIM #36, the Twelfth Planet Press anthology New Ceres Nights, and other projects. Her first FableCroft children’s fiction […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Peter Tennant

STOP PRESS! I’ve had a couple of last minute guest posts, so the Grand Conversation continues! (for another day or two, anyway). Peter Tennant is the book reviewer and a contributing editor to the UK’s Black Static magazine, for whom he also writes the Case Notes blog. His personal blog can be found at trumpetville.wordpress.com. […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Robin Sullivan

Robin Sullivan is the founder and president of Ridan Publishing, an indie press dedicated to speculative fiction. She also is a public speaker on publishing and has conducted more than twenty-five lectures, the contents of which are provided online both through her Write2Publish blog and a new series of shorts available in ebook form. I […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: David Conyers

David Conyers is a science fiction author residing in Sydney. He is the co-author of The Spiraling Worm with John Sunseri and editor of the horror anthology Cthulhu’s Dark Cults. David has been a multiple nominee for the Aurealis, Australian Shadows, and Ditmar Awards. He won the Australian Horror Writers Association’s Flash Fiction Award in […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Nyssa Pascoe

Nyssa Pascoe has just finished a bachelor degree of writing and media at Macquarie University. She is the creator of A Writer Goes on a Journey and President of the newly formed Australian Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Association. She is also currently serving as a judge for the Horror section of the Aurealis Awards […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Frank Zubek

Frank Zubek lives in Ohio with his wife and in his spare time continues to write. Frank is the author of Empath: Horror Stories and A Burning Anger, and he has a short story collection called Belated Regrets on Kindle for 99c but whoever wants a free copy of it just needs to contact him at frank.zubek@yahoo.com. Book […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Liz Grzyb

Liz Grzyb is the editor of the acclaimed paranormal romance anthology Scary Kisses and the forthcoming anthologies More Scary Kisses and Damnation and Dames. She is also the tireless reviews editor at Ticon4. Liz lives and breathes the written word. Aside from her experience as an editor and reviewer, Liz is an English teacher by trade […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Vicki Tyley

Vicki Tyley writes fast-paced mystery and suspense novels in contemporary Australian settings. She is the author of Thin Blood, Sleight Malice, and Brittle Shadows, all of which are doing well as Kindle ebooks on Amazon. Vicki is the poster child for Australian indie self-publishers. She climbed aboard the indie train relatively early, and her mystery […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Jeff Ritchie

Jeff Ritchie has turned a background in film and literature criticism to the dark side, specialising in the horror genre as practiced Down Under. Currently, he spends his time writing computing software, publishing reviews at various Southern websites, primarily ScaryMinds, and staying on top of the flood of new dark genre material being released. Jeff is […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Benjamin Solah

Benjamin Solah describes himself as a ‘Marxist horror writer’ and writes fiction as well as performs spoken word poetry around Melbourne. He is also an avid blogger on things to do with writing, literature, publishing, politics, and culture. When he’s not writing, he’s usually out on the streets campaigning around various social justice issues such […]

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The Grand Conversation on ebooks: Stephen Dedman

Stephen Dedman is the award-winning author of four novels, two collections, a non-fiction book, and more than 100 short stories, plus reviews, role-playing games, stageplays, essays, and editorials. Most of the fiction he has written has been speculative, fantastic, or just plain weird, but he has also written thrillers, erotica, and westerns (sometimes all at […]

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